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May , 2017
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A ‘Chakr’ that recycles pollution

Source: The Asian Age, Date: May , 2017

Source: The Asian Age, New Delhi, May, 2017 :- Delhi is gradually cementing its position as one of the most polluted cities. On many bad days, the national capital remains covered in a blanket of smog, and elevated particulate matter give us nightmares, apart from gifting respiratory ailments. But what’s the solution — wearing a costly mask or going to a hill station? Well, for three IIT Delhi alumni, who are also close buddies, these solutions were not long term and thus, they created a start-up that aimed at fighting pollution, head on. About a year ago, Arpit Dhupar, Kushagra Srivastava and Prateek Sachan formed a start-up called ‘Chakr Innovation’, which uses a patented technology (Chakr shield) to convert diesel soot into ink and paint.

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